Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
Dave Weigley, presidente de Columbia Union Conference y presidente de Kettering Health, anunció que ha designado a Celeste Ryan Blyden, secretaria ejecutiva de Columbia Union, para que se desempeñe como presidenta de la Junta de Miembros y la Junta Directiva de Kettering Health.
Seventeen students from Columbia Union Conference’s Highland View Academy, Pine Forge Academy, Spencerville Adventist Academy (SAA) and Takoma Academy recently participated at The Hague International Model United Nations (THIMUN) Conference in the Netherlands.
Look up the sunset times throughout the Columbia Union Conference here.
Lauri Nichols, a high school teacher, offered to tutor Yarelix Rachel Velez after Velez started attending the public school where Nichols taught. Little did Nichols know that her student was actually “tutoring” and guiding her to a new home church—Mountain View Conference’s Cumberland (Md.) church.
Potomac Conference churches recently had the opportunity to receive funds to enhance their Media Ministries. TheVisitor staff interviewed Richard Castillo, Potomac’s Media director, for tips that all churches can use to improve this vital ministry.
Fifty female pastors, chaplains and theology students gathered at the first-ever Columbia Union Women Clergy Retreat with new energy to continue the mission God has given them.
Robert Chandler recently joined the Columbia Union Conference team as the associate treasurer for Accounting Information Systems.
The Visitor team wants to make Seventh-day Adventist news more accessible to readers.
Download a PDF of the January/February 2023Visitor Magazine here.
When I used to ride motorcycles, I heard a saying, “There are only two kinds of motorcyclists: those who have been down, and those who will be down.” This is also true in the human experience. There are only two kinds of people: those who have been through a crisis and those who will encounter one in the future.